#WEF20 GIRLSWORLDBANK.com is the most exciting idea we've heard In 5 generations of diaspora scots East-West/South-North journalism and community building with special thanks to scholars of BRAC U & Glasgow U
7 sdg girls world economy adam smith +260
cop26 glasgow nov 2020 offers perfect time to review forst 260 years of Glasgow U alumni 1760 adam smoth- what is the future of hi-trust markets? james webb what is the future of engines: how can these celebrate under 30s womens goals exemplified by the 17 sdgs 81 ways.com trachs 51 week countdown through 2020 as well as 20 annual updates of 21st C and 10 periods in history 1760 -1999 including 2g decade of 1990s: see eg bezos berners lee ren zengfei and 1G dec of 1980s- see eg gates jobs case masa son
6 von neumann worldwide digital economy- in 10 short years ending 1957 von neumann gifted humanity the leap forward in programmable computing-he left behind many east coast hubs from boston yale princeton dc , and ideas-most were not executed to have the impacts he hoped for although initially kennedy's moon race looked hopeful- and the west coast value multipliers around gordon more's 6 decades of 100 times more tech made it look as if no human mission would be impossible by 2020s5 pound economy- this was the first global economy- in most ways the 1% of humans out of the UK built an empire opposite to smith's desires early apps of industrial revolution included slavery and trapping most of humans(who lived on asian contient) in poverty - in 1906 the indian mahatama gandhi start sailing between mumbai, durban and london asking for both a total chnage in education and india's independence- the 2 world wars root cause can be seen to be what happens when thye whole of world trade is mapped round one island's or even one capitals interests - promisingly the new world of americans took up the english langiage and twoice saved the old world from wars- this multiplied a lot of good but the way the dollar economy spiralled after jfk's assasination and as big finace made forst use of eacg new G of tech is a diferent story
4 pre-digital 1970s rural keynesianism economy -first engineerd by Fazle Abed, its chinese version discussed as a global debate in The Economist of 1977- this wonderful innovation is where asian village women started lifting up half the sky on the south asian region bangladesh and the east asian region china- by 1968 china had starved 50 million of its people by following the russian economic model- all the world could have celebrated the return to china to world markets - something it had closed out in 1960 when the british told chinese that they had to accept opium as a trading currency3 deming engineers super-infra economy by 1900 japan had become the 2nd worst nation in trapping peoples on the content of asian- being on the losing side of world war 2- a miracle happened when japan adopted deming's knowhow to lead ahead with engineering infrastructure and microelectronics and world trade ports (a system it shared with islands taiwan hk singapore) and suoerialways which China was the first to ask permission to replicate with Deng in 19782 dollar IR1 global economy- what britain had hubbed out of an island, america stated implementing on continental scale - thus 5% of people both saved the world from 2 wars and peaked at about 30% of human consumption - whilst JFK might have continued the dream of powering the hi-tech 20th century with the worlds people, from 1964 and embattled in superpower wars with russia, the usa started powering over people1 US-Russia Big media economy- the satellite always was to telecoms 0G to 5G as vital as the increase in analytical power of machine intel until in the 2020s one computer chip has up to trillion times more than needed to race to the moon; but space experiments have not been by and for the people ... who knows what space entrepreneurship can do if it ever is

Idea sustainability of humanity will depend on girls as job creators

Exciting - it still needs a billion girls to help it happen

Where did idea start? While there are different cultural views of someting so briliantly human, I first heard about when members of china's quarter of a billion girls shared ideas with the world's number 1 investmnt partnership in girls that used to be hubbed solely out of Bangakdesh but is now to be found wherever the most courageous girls and boys are to be found linking in solutions to sustainability goals -

partnering 7 billion peoples' S-goals-Goal 17

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

some of the greatest health keynotes girls have ever heard

Keynote Address III: Dr. Leana Wen, Public Health Commissioner, Baltimore City -world bank june 2016 Youth In Develoment

George Patton, Director, Adolescent Health Research, University of Melbourne and Lancet Adolescent Health Commission - the story of how australian medican professionals and the lancet discovered the missing curriculum of adolescent well being - the greatest value health service not yet implemented anywhere in the world- of particuloar value to girls age 7 to 16

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thelancetyouth.com/about-the-commission/commissioners/george-patton
 George Patton is a Professorial Fellow in Adolescent Health Research at The University of Melbourne. He is also a Senior Principal ..
I wish to viralise a bit of good news from world banks youth in development - is it ok if i describe your contribution like this

George Patton, Director, Adolescent Health Research, University of Melbourne and Lancet Adolescent Health Commission - the story of how australian medical professionals and the lancet discovered the missing curriculum of adolescent well being - the greatest value health service not yet implemented anywhere in the world- of particular value to girls age 7 to 16 and their educators

Al does great work on youth health in baltimore - you missed his frend and keynote Dr. Leana Wen, Public Health Commissioner, Baltimore City

Yuxuan in china helps spread best news for youth there
Mostofa (Bangladesh)  and Gisela Dubai 
Shelly (video 1 at  Webcast )   and Diva India
Bhim Nepal
Ranga Ethiopia
your dear compatriots paul and modjtaba  (first inspired me 2003) 

question to mostofa- please work out who is overall head of health education at brac - must chat with her or him next time in dhaka
chris macrae bethesda MD 240 316 8157

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

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Monday, June 13, 2016

thelancetyouth.com/about-the-commission/commissioners/george-patton
 George Patton is a Professorial Fellow in Adolescent Health Research at The University of Melbourne. He is also a Senior Principal ..
George may i throw you a volley of questions in case any work for you- i am fascinated by who (linked by mobile connectivity) wants health for all as opposed to who wants to make health insurance and provision as expensive as possible and knowingly or unkowingly skew health tiowards rich and old this detroying youth opportunities and intergenenerational actions needed for sustainability of every community

here's dads 1984 survey (with a little help from mentors like george soros) on tracking whether costs of basic health go down everyeher as we all internet and mobile- clearly if they dont sustainability has zero chance

whats crazy is the world bank is headed by one of the greatest health servants of all time  jim kim - in boston he founded Partners In Health with ;paul farmer for over 20 years- they took boston medical students to haiti, peru and then with soros russia and africa to develop last mile health services 

- but i cant find who in the world bank supports his health models as learning youth need to action- was there any wotld bank coordinatior of the youth summit who cared about health enough to want to continue to linkin youth in health? 



the world bank is an official mooc partner - but can youth learn with jim kim there- no way he seems to be banned from open learning by his own organisation- would world bank mooc partnber you and lancet on adolescent health knowhow distribution - worth asking but i expect the question would go arounbd in endless spirals- or can an on-demand mooc on 17 goals just fill up with youth lked cases as ones that scale are searched out

one more thing on ;pih it still advertsies ghdonline as ist virtual community partrner

Knowledge Center | Partners In Health

www.pih.org/knowledge-centerPartners In Health
GHDonline Discussions. Expert-led communities where health care implementers collaborate to improve the delivery of health care. BCG vaccination increase 

GHD is really messy (youd get 100 mails a day if you subscribed to all its foci) but your students could well afford to be in it viralising good news and 

Young Professionals Chronic Disease Network: YP-CDN

ypchronic.org/ are the real deal - they synthesise what they lkearn at ghd and present at un

the name confused me until i realised it is the perfect compliment  in boston to paul farmer who is called Dr ID (Infectious diseases) - whenever paul goes into a
 hospital and orders something "ID says" everyone including adminstrators have to follow infectious diseases advice -cool huh!

then out of baltimore al hathaway is starting a revolution of inviting every expert in dc area to lend their own expertise to regeenrate baltimore too- if we can get the 20 million person conubation of batlimore-dc to share its experts applications- maybe any supercity 20 million person conurbation can


the other great in bottom up health  care is sir fazle abed who more than anyine empowered poorest vilage women to develop bangaldesh - twice over 1.0 pre-digital, 2.1 post digital (since 1996 bangaldesh has been world lab for experients in mobile with th poorest, and bracs partners now tread like a whos who of funders of development and tech)- mostofa has spent 10 years introducing  me to abed family and their bangadesh-origintated www.brac.net- mostofa will you urgently find out- who is the overall expert in health at brac (or brac uni)

James P Grant School of Public Health | BRAC University

www.bracu.ac.bd/academics/institutes-and-schools/jpgsph VISION To be the leading global public health institute for the world's critical health challenges affecting disadvantaged communities. MISSION To create ..
  and if they have particular expert on health age 7 to 16 - they must do given their teenage girl clubs- george and the lancets woirk is a total breakthrough in how much peer to peer knowhow young people could be sharing about their own health as well as critical events in growing up which impact health

peer to peer learning models are the number 1 way for youth to create jobs in development and win back invetsment in sustainability youth

-we are due before end of july to brainstorm with all leadership sections of brac on youth in development -= hence urgency on my side; two chinese ladies one of whom amy was at world bank event are leading connections of how can youth in brac and development chnage the world; the other yuxuan graduated from china's top university tsinghua and pretty much knows who support youth in development from china side

george have you ever met keith peters previous head of royal society of medicine in uk ; my dad and he used to ski together; i have a bit lost touch but on the one hand for many yeras sir keith connected teaching hospital at hammersmith while overseeing cambridge university team that got nobel for open mapping the genome- he would be the best person in uk and beyond to ask how do we disseminate newly affordable adolescent health knowhow

i spent 3 days at a windsor castle retreat listening to experts ask how to make un open in distributing health knowhow- this was moderated by denis and gisella and hosted by dianne- hopefully they will read this email and chat eg denis did the un's definitive report on digtal health opportunities- between them huge contacts like the ceo of welcome foundation and a map of pretty much who at un health agencies helps with what

new yorks bottom up un dialogues (un in sustainability or not) are organised in my experience by two people john and dianne - both of whom have been very kind linking amy in to everyone; dianne's main connection in japan - the kusakabe family have poublished a report with 20 different helath service models to choose between

for many years while i was still in london i had huge privileges of knowing paul komesaroff and modjtaba sadria who i believe are both at monash - after 9/11 paul phoned round all nobel peace laureates worked out which had any interest in health and started a global summit called global reconciliation network - this specialsed in 2 things- sharing knowhow of what medical experts and their students could do if they stayed on after disaster relief to the development phase to bring whole popluation together as one - and debating across about 50 cultures why as people we all need the same things at community levels especially health -so that history's wars and boundaries need to be erased if global youth milennials are ever to thrive and achieve sustainability goals all of which will never happen while the level of mistrust from old 20th century quarrels and political/legal structires spirals  -we are still spiralling towards orwell's big brother endgame of himanity - brac's super trick was to make every poorest mother the connector of basic health dialogues in villages eg oral rehydrayion and so build communuty health out of nothing and with partners across cultures

only by befriending brac in my mind will we be in time make the biggest leap forward of youth in development or youth in health now needed for sustainability

best chris washington dc 240 316 8157
all reporting errors mine alone
ps it is trumored that when trump takes over usa and kim ends his 5 year term next sumer he may relocate to help china design sustainability of their health service- whether the rumor is true hige research between world bank and china is focusing on health as we read this